The Hawaii National Guard Counterdrug Program offers several parenting programs.
For more information, contact:
Staff Sergeant Priscilla Bastatas
Office: (808) 672-1519
Common Sense Parenting
6 Sessions / 2 hour classes. A practical approach to help parents be more positive with their children and to use more effective discipline. Parents are taught skills that focus on how to encourage positive behavior, discourage negative behavior, and alternatives to problem behavior.
Changing Destructive Adolescent Behavior Parent Project, Sr.
10 Sessions / 3 hour classes. A comprehensive, award-winning model for community based programs serving families with strong-willed or out of control youth. This program offers step by step, no nonsense solutions for changing destructive adolescent behaviors. A built in support group component offers parents emotional and practical support as they make difficult changes at home.
8 Session program designed for youth ages 13-16 years of age. Provides young adolescents with the knowledge, confidence, and skills necessary to reduce their risk of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), HIV, and pregnancy. Based on cognitive behavioral theories, focus groups, and the facilitator's extensive experience working with youth.
Loving Solutions for Tough Kids Parent Project, Jr.
LIFE SKILLS TRAINING
FOR HIGH SCHOOL YOUNG ADULTS
Seven units / 10 lessons (45 minute sessions). Developed by Dr. Gilbert J. Botvin (leading prevention expert) and designed for grades 9-10. Evidence-based curriculum proven to reduce risky behavior among youth and provide essential skills for a successful life.
7 HABITS OF HIGHLY EFFECTIVE FAMILIES
4 Sessions / 2 hour classes. Guide written and produced by Dr. John M.R. Covey. Parents learn how to turn information into valuable habits.
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